OFFICE of SURFACE MINING
RECLAMATION and ENFORCEMENT

U.S. Department of the Interior

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Who We Are

The Appalachian Region (AR) performs an oversight role for States in the Region that have primacy and regulate surface coal mining activities and reclamation on lands within their jurisdiction.


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Featured News and Stories

OSMRE Issues Guidance for FY18 AML Pilot Projects

OSMRE Issues Guidance for FY18 AML Pilot Projects

The guidance covers project eligibility under theAbandoned Mine Land Reclamation economic development pilot program for fiscal year 2018.

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OSMRE Honors Partners with 2017 Department of the Interior Environmental Achievement Award

OSMRE Honors Partners with 2017 Department of the Interior Environmental Achievement Award

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OSMRE Presents 2018 Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Awards at Annual Banquet

OSMRE Presents 2018 Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Awards at Annual Banquet

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OSMRE Appalachian Region Technology Transfer (ARTT) Event at the Flight 93 Memorial: Enhanced Solids Removal and Passive Removal of Manganese at Circumneutral pH tours on August 27, 2015.

Treatment Systems at the Flight 93 Memorial

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Appalachian Region Map

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